Increase Your Arm Size – Fast!

I have been in training for a few years now and have added 2 inches to my arms, making them 16 inches.

Since July I have not been able to add any size to my arms. I took the past two weeks off, except for a few minor workouts, but I started back in training today. After several hours I measured my arms and they only measured 15 ½ inches.

Please advice me on how to avoid such long slumps, and is that normal to lose one-half inch after 2 weeks off?

To bring your arms up fast (two weeks) try my shock routine as follows:

Perform alternate DB Curls from 25 lbs. up the rack (in 5 lb. jumps) to the highest weight you can use and then turn around and come down the rack to the lowest weight you can still feel a pump from!

Four reps only per set, and shake arms and hyperventilate two breaths between sets!!!

Also, carry some liver tabs around with you and take three every 2-3 hours for 72 hours.

This is the reason you are not pumping, you do not have enough first-class protein in your bloodstream.

  1. Do you perform this routine every day.. no rest… or do you perform three days straight.. then 72 hours rest..

    That’s pretty important to know coming from the Vince School of Training.. I really like to know… as I’d like to properly try this routine out.

  2. Train your triceps more than your bicep.
    The triceps is at least 60% of your arm mass.

    Do you squat? Then do This first in your workout:

    Barbell squats straight back with heels elevated 1-1 ½”. Preferably, front squat, bar on chest, heels about 20 inches wide, knees a comfortable width, about 24 inches.
    In the erect position, take 2 very deep breaths and hold the second breath and squat (back straight) and return to upright position and exhale.
    Perform 3 sets of 15 repetitions, 2 to 3 minutes rest between sets.

  3. Cont…

    Barbell pullover and press: Lie on your back on workout bench with head slightly off the end so you can lower the bar below head.
    Take a 12” grip (overhand) and keeping elbows in, to parallel with body, lower bar down, back over head and slightly below bench level, with elbows in and up, pull barbell over face to low pec line.
    At this point, swing elbows out wide and press barbell up and forward, ending at arms length over stomach (forward press).
    Lower barbell back down to chest and roll elbows in, parallel to body, and push bar back over face to starting position (4 sets of 12 reps).

    For biceps: just follow the articles advice! 😉

    Do 2 max 3 workouts/week of this for 3-4 weeks.

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